THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CAMP DAVIS MEN PLAN DANCE;
SPECIAL STUNTS TO BE STAGED
Professor and Mrs. Thomas C. Mitch-
el to Chaperone Party Set
Camp Davis men will shine tonight
when, dressed in corduroys and 0. D.1
shirts, they Join in the merry whirl
of the dance at the Packard. Wom-
en have been asked to wear blue skirts
and white middies in keeping with the
spirit of the affair, for there will be-no
formality if it can be eliminated.
All kinds of camp stunts will be
on the program. The official organ
of the camp, the Black Fly, will put
out an extra for the occasion, and
some sort of surveying party is on
Prof. Thomas C. Mitchell, of the sur-
veying department and Mrs. Mitchell,
will chaperone the party.
Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
A Riot of Fun
from Start to
OR P HE
TODAY and TOMORROW
AT THE THEATERS
Xajestic-"Held by the Enemy,"
featuring an all-star cast.
Pathe News, Paramount Mag-
azine and Burton Holmes
Arcade-Billie Burke in "Frisky
Mrs. Johnson," and a comedy,
"Getting His Goat."
Wuerth-"The New York Idea,"
with Alice Brady. Pathe Re-
view and a Pollard comedy.
Oroeum--First National at-
traction, "Choosing a Wife,"
with your favorite stars. News
flm and a snappy comedy.
Marco in their new musical
review, "The Satires of 1920."
0Carrick -Detroit -Charlotte
Greenwood in "Linger Long-
er Letty," the popular musical
comedy sequel to "So Long
Schubert-Detroit- Guy Bates
Post in one of America's most
popular dramas, "The Mas-
GREATER NEWARK CLUB WILL
TAKE 11 NEW "SKEETERS"
Eleven new "Skeeters". will be initi-
ated into the Greater Newark club at
its meeting at 7:30 o'clock Saturday
evening in the Union, the room num-
ber to be pooted on the bulletin board
in the lobby.
Several alumni and out-of-town
speakers have been secured for the
The Newberry Tea Room at 432 So.
Stateis serving luncheon from 11:30
A. M. to 1 P. M. and dinner from 5:30
to 6: 30 P. M. Weekly rates including
Sunday dinner, $6.50.-Adv.
DANCE at Dexter tonight.-Adv.
AT THE WHITNEY
Fanchon and Marco, co-stars and
producers of "The Satires of 1920,"
the super-revue with a real plot which
comes to the Whitney theater, Sunday
night, Dec. 5, have with them five
famous comedians, Lloyd and Wells,
Arthur West, Al Wohiman and John
Sheehan, Miss Eva Clark, the coast's'
noted prima donna, and a host of oth-
er principals, including Muriel Stryk-
er, Daisy De Witt and Lucille Har-
mon. One'of the big features is girls
-a stage full of California buds, all
beautiful and shapely.
The production holds the motion
picture industry up to satire, and
shows the efforts of a Texas oil king
to produce a feature film. The clev-
er book is by Jean Havez of Zieg-
feld's Follies fame, the- costuming is
by Lester of Chicago, and the music
and lyrics are from the pens of Fan-
chon and Marco.
RECORD OF MICHIGAN ,MAN
IN GERMAN ARMY RECEIVED
The war record of Eugene Frederick
Strom, '04D, was recently received by
the Alumni Catalogue office. Mr.
Strom's home was in Landau, Ger-
many, and he entered the German
army on Aug. 4, 1914.
His record in this service was most
remarkable. Bie was appointed a cor-'
poral immediately upon his entering
the service and attached the offlce of
assistant medical instructor before
his discharge. Before becoming an in-
structor he took part in many import-
He was discharged from the German
army on Nov. 16, 1918, which shows
that he was in the service for more
than four years.
S C H U B E RT
I DE T R 01 'I T
Guy Bates Post
in "The, Masquerader"
GADR R I c K
D E T R O I T
in "Linger Longer Letty"
T°oday and Tomorrow.
Adolph ukor Presents
A "FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTION",
All Star Cast
in the English Produdion
FAllthe Gossips Called Her a Scandal
1ut the Men-O-o-h, La, La
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A picture made in England expressing the English view
Latest Universal News
A Chester Comedy
SUNDAY - MONDAY
in "PASSION'S PLAYGROUND"
"GETTING HI1IS GOA TA"
Arcade Concert Orchestra
in Special Selections
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UAaARP1T P ICTURES
L. : ASIY
SHE WANTED A DIVORCE-QUIOK!
"What grounds?" of course was a natural questionfor the
Jidge to ask.. Cyntha Karslake was stumped for a minute.
And then she remembered that "John" had a habit 'of stew-
ing his shaving things about her boudoir in a very untidy man-
And so a divorce was easy-so easy that it wasn't any fun
Is divorce a failure? That question will arise in your mind
whn you see beautiful ALICE BRADY in "THE NEW
YgRK IDEA"-a pungent satire on modern married life.
"Held B e Lnem:LJ
WandaHale woazLewiS Stone, '
709 North University
Despite it all, she loved-this handsome Yan-
kee captain-loved him though he was an enemy
of her beloved Dixie; loved him though her heart
was pledged ,to a soldier of the South.
And when the Southerner, a spy within the
Union lines, came seeking refuge at her hope,"
and Blue and Gray met face to face-what hap-
Come and be tbrilled as you never were be-
fore by this greatest of all love-melodramas.
Picturized on an unprecedented scale, with every
member of the cast a famous screen player.
From the Stirring Stage Melodrama by WILLIAM GILLETTE